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Harnessing the Power of Carbon Negative Solutions for a Sustainable Future

As concerns about climate change continue to escalate, the search for effective solutions has become more pressing than ever. While reducing carbon emissions is crucial, it may not be enough to mitigate the damage already done. The new conversation has been about carbon negative technologies and practices, a concept that goes beyond mere carbon neutrality.

Let's dive in with Biology 101.

When we breathe, we take in oxygen and we breathe out carbon-dioxide. Plants take in carbon dioxide during the day and release oxygen at night through the process of photosynthesis (converting carbon-dioxide and water to sugar and oxygen). Yes?

With large-scale deforestation, there are now fewer trees and with that, there is more carbon dioxide in our environment. In addition, each of us make a daily environmental impact by our lifestyle choices.

The Nature Conservatory laments that the average carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 tons, one of the highest rates in the world, compared to 4 tons globally.

So how can we attempt to slow down and limit future global warming to below 2°C?

To take a stand, 16-year old global warming activist, Greta Thunberg took a sail boat across the Atlantic to showcase urgency for climate crisis. There have been many climate change protests since then.

While we may not cut travel all together, the truth is that